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Beachside Clearing

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Sarah M.
2 months ago

This area is actually called Cliff Head North, South and Cliff Head. One drive takes you to all three. Road is a gravel limestone and pretty good. Take your time. Ok with 2WD. We stayed at CliffHead North. Clean drop toilets with paper, seating area and rubbish removal. Ranger comes through mornings and afternoon. Cost is $20 pn per vehicle. Peaceful spot for one night or several days. Today beach is calm some weed on beach but easy to get in the holes. Caught some whiting, will go back again PM. Lots of birdlife and lizards. 2 Ospreys have wonderful eerie on top of post. Well worth a visit.

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Philippa D.
4 months ago

Didn’t stay however they are now charging $20

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Rebecca W.
2 years ago

Quick last minute overnight spot, little bit windy but ok if in camper. Little she’s like cover with sitting area. Quiet and great to wake up next to the ocean. Windy in winter but worth the view when it’s light !!

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Shane R. 1 year ago

Is there camper trailers allowed?



Indian Ocean Dr,
Western Australia

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